Red color has more connotations across various cultures, a color that has ruled both sinners and saints. Associated with an aristocratic excess, red is the fashion code for all seasons. Be it fashion apparels or other fashion accessories, alluring shades of red run deep, charming people into the mix. Wearing red makes a bold statement that the wearer is in charge, and is full of excitement. A showstopper color, red has had, is having, and will have utmost influence, especially in fashion world.
Various hues of crimson also have utmost influence in the fashion world. Models dressed in crimson from head to toe fire up the runways. Going head-on strong, red is making its way into the runways of Tommy Hilfiger, Marc, Gucci, Balenciaga and many more. A model with a white lehenga with red and golden border, and matching red accessories can own the ramp. On the way to the season's boldest trend, hues of vermillion, scarlet, cherry, and crimson can pack a wallop of modernity to one's style statement.
WHY WE LOVE IT
In the transition from warm to chilly temperatures, we can still embrace a hot hue. "Plus, fiery red is a mood elevator," says Leatrice Eiseman, Pantone's executive director. "It can boost confidence and make you feel more in control." While it's not for the shy, the sharp-edged color will please those drawn to making a strong statement.
HOW TO WEAR IT
Go with bluer reds if your complexion is fair; spicier orange-reds will flatter darker skin. Whatever you choose, keep hair sleek and lips neutral (red lips would be too matchy), and step out in black or nude shoes that won't distract. Resist the urge to stop at just a pop--a long line of color is often visually slimming (not to mention stunning).